At The Bartlett, there's space to think
Bartlett Hacks 2020 is brought to you by The Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources (BSEER), which comprises of four specialist institutes: UCL Energy Institute, UCL Institute for Environment Design and Engineering, UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage and UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources.
Our academics and research are known across the world and have helped define policies. Our focus is to build healthier societies and economies ensuring our responsibility to help reduce the climate emergency is listened to and acted on.
Combining architecture and planning with other disciplines such as energy and sustainability, innovation and public policy, at The Bartlett we explore human spaces. Not just physical structures like homes, office blocks and cities, but also the invisible structures that govern them: our laws and political systems, our family groupings and social norms. Even how these things affected by the structure of time: past, present and future.
By sharing our research with leading thinkers from industry, government and beyond, achieving true diversity of perspective and expertise, we can understand how these structures affect the way we live. And we can create a vision of a fairer and more prosperous society.
Although all our work is about the shape and structure of human environments, our ambition is boundless – and the possibilities are endless. See how The Bartlett is building a better future.